Lincolnshire Side Chairs


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19th Century

United Kingdom

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A delightful pair of stick back Windsor side chairs. Ring and concave turned legs, united by a tapered H stretchers. Solid elm seat with simple stick and shaped-hoop back rest. The seat slabs on these chairs are particularly interesting - they are ‘dished’ rather than saddle shaped which gives them a charming simplicity. The timbers have been well chosen and they have a fetching patina. Though matching, one is slightly taller than the other. Both very comfortable, solid and stable and in untouched original condition with no repairs. Lincolnshire, England, c.1830
Price is for the pair.

H: 85.5cm W: 42cm D: 43cm Seat height: 45cm
H: 83.5cm W: 43cm D: 42cm Seat height: 43cm


19th Century

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